A quintessential Grade II listed 16th century Kent farmhouse. Located in a perfect rural setting with stunning views and set within 4.75 acres (tbv) of gardens, pasture, and woodland. The property has the advantage of being in close proximity to both Marden and Paddock Wood with both shopping amenities, services, and mainline stations with fast links to London.
Once inside the property, you will be impressed by the size of the rooms in this bright and spacious home.
There is a nice balance between a wealth of period features, such as original beams and an inglenook fireplace, but with all the modern conveniences you would expect of a house of this nature. As you can see from the floor plan and photos, the accommodation is bright, spacious and is offered in excellent decorative order throughout. The first floor offers four good-size bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom. The master bedroom and fourth, are served with a Jack and Jill ensuite shower room. The fourth bedroom also has its own principal staircase making it ideal as a guest suite or giving older children their own independence. To the ground floor, there is an entrance porch, three formal reception rooms, and a large kitchen diner leading to a utility room.
Within the grounds, there are two additional outbuildings offering a multitude of uses. The barn has planning for an annexe with two-storey accommodation and the workshop would make an ideal office.
An established and mature garden is set directly to the rear and side of the property opening up through mature yew hedges to a garden room and area of bluebell woodland on the southern boundary. Directly to the rear of the formal garden is a copper beech hedge with two gateways leading to a paddock and open pasture reaching down to the mature oak and beech tree border, swinging round to the northern boundary being fully fenced and a small orchard area with mature pear, plum and apple trees, and enclosed vegetable garden with a greenhouse.